Anderson Hospital Guild Makes $74,000 Donation for Hospital's Renovation and Health Education Services

Mercy Health - Cincinnati, which provides advanced, quality, compassionate care in your neighborhood through its care network, announces that the Guild of Anderson Hospital has made a significant donation to support the hospital’s renovation and expansion project.

Guild President Charlotte Rouse presented Jeff Graham, East Market President and CEO, with $70,000, which will go toward the renovation of the hospital’s gift shop at a recent guild luncheon.

The Guild also donated $4,000 to the Catherine McAuley Health Center for its education programs. The Catherine McAuley Health Center is a free adult clinic that provides medical care to low-income and/or uninsured persons, including health screenings, work physicals, flu shots, limited medication assistance, TB testing, health education and health classes.

"The Guild does so much for Anderson Hospital and the patients who entrust their care to us and for that we are grateful," said Graham. "By helping fund the renovation of the gift shop, the Guild has allowed to use our renovation budget on areas that have a direct impact on patient care and patient satisfaction, such as private rooms, medical-surgical intensive care unit, expanded surgical suite, surgical and orthopaedic units and new family birthing center. Its support of the Catherine McAuley Health Center helps ensure that the under-served in our community continue to receive access to vital health education programs."

The Guild of Mercy Health – Anderson Hospital raises funds that help the hospital provide top quality care to the patients it serves.